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Beverly Wade, decluttering expert writes:

There are many, many books on de-cluttering and organising your home or office.  I think that I've probably read most of them! In fact, there are so many I've had to separate the reviews of declutter books on to a separate page.

Below are my personal opinions on some of the most popular books on 'organising'. 

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 Conquering Chronic Disorganization by Judith Kolberg

An excellent book which is ideal for those who have failed to find organising solutions in conventional organizing books.  It details different learning and organizing styles and introduces creative methods and tools.  A great book with fresh ideas.

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-free Productivity by David Allen

This is a classic book on personal time management.  It provides a system that is not tied to any particular technology.  I like it because it recognises that we all need to get the car serviced as well as developing five-year plans.  It is a bit repetitive though and not the text to read.  Definitely worth buying, though.


Get Everything Done and Still Have Time to Play by Mark Forster

Written for everyone who has to juggle different demands in a busy schedule.  This book tackles those difficult issues of overcoming resistance and procrastination, and coping with interruptions and emergencies. Practical and motivating.


Eat That Frog!: Get More of the Important Things Done, Today! by Brian Tracy

Just over 100 pages, so easily read in a day, this book deals with time management and task avoidance.  Practical and well structured.  Worth buying but don't pay the full price?

Looking for more books?  Read our reviews on books about how to declutter.

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